Historiografi Tionghoa

Historiografi Tionghoa adalah kajian terhadap teknik dan sumber yang dipakai sejarawan untuk menilik sejarah Tiongkok.

Pencatatan sejarah Tiongkok dapat ditilik kembali ke zaman Dinasti Shang (sekitar 1600-1046 SM). Tulisan-tulisan tersebut masih bertahan hingga zaman modern dalam bentuk inskripsi upacara, ramalan, dan pencatatan nama keluarga yang diukir atau dilukis di tempurung kura-kura atau tulang..[1][2]

Sementara itu, teks sejarah tertua di Tiongkok yang telah ditemukan disusun dalam Shujing (書經).

Catatan kakiSunting

  1. ^ William G. Boltz, Early Chinese Writing, World Archaeology, Vol. 17, No. 3, Early Writing Systems. (Feb., 1986), hlm. 420–436 (436).
  2. ^ David N. Keightley, "Art, Ancestors, and the Origins of Writing in China", Representations, No. 56, Special Issue: The New Erudition. (Autumn, 1996), hlm.68–95 (68).

Bacaan lanjutSunting

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